Week 38 (w/c 16 September): St Petersburg, Metz, Osaka, Guangzhou, Seoul, Murray Trophy in Glasgow, Roehampton, Laver Cup in Geneva

Lots of hard court tennis around the world including the Murray Trophy Challenger in Glasgow.

St Petersburg

ATP 250

We start with the ATP events in Europe, and Daniil Medvedev is the top seed at the St Petersburg Open. Dominic Thiem won this tournament last year but has chosen not return.

This tournament is only on Tennis TV who have 22 centre court matches from Monday.


ATP 250, Amazon Prime Video

At the Moselle Open in France, home favourite Gilles Simon will try to defend his title in a field topped by David Goffin.

Luke Bambridge partners Ben McLachlan and are second seeds in the doubles; Jonny O’Mara and Ken Skupski are third seeds.

Amazon Prime Video has coverage of centre court matches from Metz this week.


WTA Premier, BT Sport

The Toray Pan Pacific Open has moved to Osaka this year.

Karolina Pliskova won last year’s event in Tokyo. 2018’s runner-up Naomi Osaka is the top seed in her home town.

There is coverage on BT Sport of all three WTA events this week.

Mon 16 Sep 03:00 BT Sport 1
Tue 17 Sep 03:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Wed 18 Sep 03:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport 1
Thu 19 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 1
Fri 20 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 1
Sat 21 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 3
Sun 22 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 2


WTA International, BT Sport

It’s the sixteenth edition of the Guangzhou International Women’s Open in south China.

Elina Svitolina is the top seed, just ahead of last year’s winner Wang Qiang.

Mon 16 Sep 07:00 BT Sport 3
Tue 17 Sep 07:00 BT Sport 3
Wed 18 Sep 07:00 BT Sport 3
Thu 19 Sep 09:00 BT Sport 3
Fri 20 Sep 09:00 BT Sport ESPN
Sat 21 Sep 05:30 BT Sport 2


WTA International, BT Sport

Maria Sakkari is top seed at the Korean Open. Kiki Bertens won last year but is playing in Osaka instead this week.

Brits Naiktha Bains and Samantha Murray entered qualifying in Seoul but both lost in the first round. Eden Silva is playing doubles with Valeria Savinykh.

Mon 16 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 2
Tue 17 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 2
Wed 18 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 2
Thu 19 Sep 04:00 BT Sport 2
Fri 20 Sep 04:00
BT Sport 3
BT Sport Extra 2
Sat 21 Sep 06:00
BT Sport 1
BT Sport Extra 1
Sun 22 Sep 06:00 BT Sport 1

Scotstoun Leisure Centre is the venue for the Murray Trophy.


ATP Challenger, BBC Sport Online

The second edition of the ATP Challenger in Glasgow has been named the Murray Trophy, and Jamie Murray will be competing in the doubles here.

In singles, Jack Draper, Evan Hoyt and Lloyd Glasspool had direct entry. Wildcards were given to Aidan McHugh, Felix Gill, Mark Whitehouse, Harry Wendelken and Luke JohnsonScott Duncan has a qualifying wildcard.

Jamie Murray partners John-Patrick Smith of Australia as top doubles seeds. They will play British wildcard pairing Marshall Tutu and David Wright in the first round on Wednesday. Wildcards were also awarded to Jack Draper and Aidan McHugh, and Luke Johnson and Mark Whitehouse. Scott Clayton partners Lloyd Glasspool, and all Brits are in the same half of the draw.

Matches from the Murray Trophy will be shown on the BBC Sport website and app, as well as the usual ATP Challenger streaming.



At the entry cut-off on Thursday, Jodie Burrage, Katy Dunne and Gabriella Taylor were in the main draw of this tournament taking place at the National Tennis Centre in Roehampton.

Emma Raducanu, Emily Appleton, Sarah Beth Grey and Emilie Lindh are also expected to be in the main draw as they are not in the qualifying draw.

There are 18 Brits in the qualifying draw and both rounds take place on Monday. If there is live streaming available, I will share links on Twitter.

Laver Cup, Geneva

Exhibition, Eurosport

The third Laver Cup takes place in Geneva, Switzerland and will be broadcast on Eurosport and Eurosport Player as well as on Amazon Prime Video.

Fri 20 Sep 11:55
Eurosport 1
Eurosport 1
Sat 21 Sep 11:55
Eurosport 1
Eurosport 1
Sun 22 Sep 10:55 Eurosport 1


Away from Glasgow, James Ward is playing in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Liam Broady is seeded and has a bye in Columbus, Ohio, where Ryan Peniston will also play.

Head to the details listings page for day to day updates on coverage and entries as far ahead as known.

Read more about how to watch tennis on telly in 2019. The 2020 article is coming after the US Open.

Any late changes to these schedules, where I am able to, will be included on the homepage of the website and tweeted at @tennisontelly. They will be marked with a * above if details have changed since this article was published.

You can also find daily updates on the Tennis on telly page on Facebook. You can find details of all live coverage, re-runs and highlights over the next 7 days on the Calendar.

Check Tennis TV and WTA TV for details of  the matches they are covering, at https://www.tennistv.com/live/schedule and http://www.wtatv.com/schedule

ATP Challenger events have official live free streaming at http://livestream.com/ATP. You can get links to all the matches by following @ATPChallLive on twitter which will tweet them out in advance.

Some ITF events are streamed free at http://live.itftennis.com/en/ and on the ITF Pro Circuit Scores app on Apple and Android. Check out the @ITFLive twitter account which will automatically tweet details of streamed matches a few hours ahead.

Tournaments that are part of the USTA Pro-Circuit series may be streamed at http://livestream.com/procircuit as well as or instead of the ITF website. If I am aware of other streams for any other tournaments I will share them on twitter.